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Mar 5, 2012 7:00pm EST
-old indiana girl who clung to life for two days after being tossed by a tornado that killed her parents and two siblings has now been buried alongside her family. angel babcock died sunday in kentucky after suffering severe head injuries when that tornado struck her family's home in indiana and swept her out in the field. 45 people in five states have now died as a result of the storms that spawned tornadoes all over the midwest and south friday. meteorologists say some of those twisters hit so fast they did not even have a chance to issue a tornado warning. >> reporter: i'm anny hong at the national weather service in sterling and this weather radio is the best way to keep you and your family safe in case of a tornado. we wanted to find out how other communities would be warned during severe weather. with new upgrades to its radar in sterling, virginia, meteorologists will be able to better analyze the returns like rain, snow and severe thunderstorms that could form into tornadoes. >> this radar will allow the meteorologist to go in and see where there are areas of high winds o
Mar 30, 2012 7:00pm EDT
? that happened to a student at garrett high school in indiana. austin harold was expelled after tweeting a floor letter expletive. he claims it was sent -- a four letter expletive. he claims it was sent from his own computer on his own time, but it was done while i was on campus. the principal admits all tweets are tracked by a student once they log in. so that means it could have tracked tweets austin did send from home. the senior is headed to an alternative school just so he can graduate. the kid claims he sent it on his own time from his own computer and even if he didn't, it's t is his twitter account and good lord -- it is his twitter account and good lord, it's just one four letter curse word to get kicked out for that? what about freedom of expression? what about your thoughts on that? the address is mailbag at >> rain this weekend still to come. >> but first i is running for the -- he is running for the republican nomination, but isn't on the ballot. he's here in a minute. >>> a big endorsement today in the race for the republican presidential nomination. mitt romney
Mar 2, 2012 7:00pm EST
thunderstorms just yet. we'll take you through the weekend in a bit. >>> meanwhile indiana authorities say at least three people have been killed by the tornadoes that structure the southern part of that state and the violent storms also pummeled the nation's southeast and the forecasters say the danger will ramp up as the night goes on. high winds sideswiped these homes outside of huntsville, alabama, and tore off roofs, snapped signs, flipped trailers in the tennessee valley. meteorologists believe of it the work of at least two tornadoes each with winds of about 130 miles an hour. >> devastating. it's heartbreaking, don't really know what to think tell you the truth about it. >> from louisiana to ohio, from missouri to south carolina golf ball sized hail fell and damaging winds were pulling down the trees and power lines, tens of thousands of people in the dark tonight and the severe weather comes just two days after a massive system in the very same region unleashed more than two dozen tornadoes killing at least 13 people. >>> essentially says that she must be paid to have sex. what do
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